The 3-8 Cowboys are still hoping for a deep playoff run.
If you thought Andy Dalton had motivation to win a playoff game before, just wait until you see how much money is on the line with a few playoff victories.
Tony Romo broke his collarbone for the second time, but the Cowboys owner believes he still has four or five years of 'outstanding quarterbacking' ahead.
The Carolina Panthers have finally taken over the top spot from the Patriots, but holding on to it is the next challenge.
Tony Romo is 35 and has broken his collarbone three times. Still, the Cowboys seem committed to their quarterback.
It doesn't matter who runs the ball, the Chiefs are going to the playoffs -- barring an epic choke job. Also, let's not rush to anoint Brock Osweiler yet.
The Seahawks look dangerous, the Patriots dodged a bullet and more from the week that was in the NFL.
Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham were both carted off the field Sunday, and our Jamey Eisenberg looks at the impact for Fantasy owners.
The Redskins' unofficial 'YOU LIKE THAT' campaign rolls along unabated.
Dallas' ownership group believes the potential for a miracle run to the playoffs was worth the risk of Romo getting hurt again, since the team's doctors cleared him to play.

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